Filip Chudzinski Chudzinski itibaren 43240, Suhaja, Hırvatistan
Ben beceriksiz anlatıcı birliği içindeyim.
kötü. korkunç yazılmış! Demek istediğim, kimse yayınlanmadan önce bu kitabı okudu (düzenlesin)? yine de tamamen zevksiz değildi. koşullar doğruysa güzel bir okuma (örneğin, altı aydan fazla bir süre tatil yapmadıktan ve sadece yaklaşık üç çalışan beyin hücreniz varsa, güneş çok yoğun bir şekilde parlıyorsa). (btw, kimse bu kitabı okumak isterse, sarah ona sahiptir! hee hee.) daha kötü bir isim: erik mi elma mı?
The Wanderer, book one in the Wasteland series, follows the story of a Wanderer Shaman after 2012's 'great burning'. I wanted to complete the entire series before I posted my review of them. I have to say that The Wanderer started the series off very strongly with a very interesting premise of life after a solar flare scorches the earth. I enjoyed the series and the different 'stations' of life presented all wrapped up with an erotic bow. Also, who can deny the amazingness of these covers! I've got severe Cover Envy right now. However, with the Wanderer starting the series off so strongly it was hard for the other books to keep up. Book Two, The Whore, was good, but didn't have the advantage of being read first, so it's plot and information wasn't as interesting. Also, Bryn's character felt much younger than the 20 years she was supposed to be in the book. Book Three, The Breeder, was a bit hard to swallow. This could be in part to my lack of enjoyment with 'love in 24hr' story lines, but it also came from the rushed feel of this book. There was also some conflicting parts of this story which grated on my nerves a bit. (I don't like to provide spoilers, so I can't go into too much detail - other than peoples feelings changed too quickly). Book Four, The Preistess, had the advantage of wrapping the story up - neatly and tying things together. It also had the advantage of giving the true history of what occured after the radiation desolated the planet. This gave the plot a greater advance over the others; however, the Sanji (sp) character felt forced into story more than a true part of it. Overall, this was a decent series and was worth reading.